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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 February 1880

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Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 7 February 1880

TOPIcS FpO TIE ARuN. e Ue KeLs.--The oeor day we ad dessmed ourselves to a Ip dueler 1 of a oseemrd thmeas l e cwaid hlLbad fbr abseoltte elY. Hle "pu uThee is bat one tast es produce to e whom Iam perfectly trma; out of the seventy-rve to ome hundred -dlbrent n who sell mel articles with rsegulearity through the me season that there is butthis lmaoma of all of thse whosmeedl do t ispet m* with the grateet d acr before tippim 7b% theeaway. sluskuarge Imover spm, but tike his word for their Ceueu _ and have sever feund a eror la his ti temnut." "Does et pay this y m to thu bee rat exle a the geneIl rule?" we ia r iPayMt 1i it does," wastehI bid-y hm ,?.o t ý almed ogle m Io tper eeLa m- Ser th his produes, and the we nkb mee t Zo of it than any other twe we beale" S. of it t s ths meo's setete ment we glda w vool -pes by a Milwabelady who we et in Ast and of whom we made Inquiry easce_ lug the staudlug o Mioi fruit is hert. euS Sall Il: uI a rightray about anl , bmim e 1 p la inn w...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 February 1880

bLibertas et N at:.ale Si, :n VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE. LOUISIANA. ATURI)AY, FE..ARY •I. I .. N .UMBER 7. S.OrrznCas 4 arrou, North Carolina have erected anument to Avai Ctr tis Lee, the d oter of flctral Robert E. Lee'who died while her father was facing McCldel on the Peninsula. So~a popplar actors and actressee have very homely real names. lesie Darling's is Carry Cramp, Lotta's is Charlotte Crabtree, Lawrence Barrett's· is Larry Brannigan, " Venie Clancy" is Lavina Oardner. - Narz L. CtPTox charges William IH. Vanderbilt $250,000 for defending Shim against Cornelius and Lord Scott in the will case, and in order to make it more binding has furnished a bill of particulars elaborately itemiaed. Tuuas is a bill before the New Jersey legislature providing that hereafter the *acials now receiving fees shall have a fied salary and no feex. That is the tendency all over the country. The fee abuse is grievous and it should be abol ished. NEXT June Mr. James Gordon Ben nett will launch a ne...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 February 1880

T 1M J. XA31XAM, --. - " dto r I The Madison parish jail is empty, for the first time. i its history; so ay. the Journal. The State normal bulWieg at 8 a Jose, Ca:., was destroyed by Are last Tuesday. Lias $250,000. The Lebmaeo ctton factory, neat Prattoville, Ala., was drestroyed by Sre test Tuesday. Lose $100,000. Gee. George SyhkeL ecomander- of the District of the Rio Grande, died at Colembus, Texas, last Souday. Two bhundred soldiers were killed sad three.huodred wounded by the alling of the barracks at Constantina pIe, last Monday night . The Theatre Royal, at Dublin, Ire.: hkd, wee destroyed by fire last Mon3 day, and it wee thought that six men of tie theatre perished is the flames. The Motecello branch of the Little rilk, Mississippi River A Texas Rail. read was completed last Saturday, and the first train reached Montecello last Monday. The railroad bridge across Meberin river, on the P tersburg and Weldon railroad, and the county bridge near by were I oth destroyed by an ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 February 1880

At ý se. as, SUeada ius ems meth, Uqueaniseeke.w L C. Edie, Panwr. " S mdab e * mess.k Methodist pi d m, , wnisb, M. S. Cesuel. Pas,. YisluI e tsa smee, pmash gn by SIe. Am hMso YMese Iw IAudup le sabd mues, Petaipeuian senae, 1ew. . A. Campbel, Pass.r, are a.i.' at !o'eulek A. M. sie AMIT Msae. Theas . Haagham, aept. 3Bey asldy, as 3 e'.lak P.M. Union SIe m h y ek.eebl Se. .. b .e - mau useebsa.. gm ew hem idas p mn uet ise ailk. Dm m m IS mga daso. WI med l. ss o nmew soe p.asrt Toese day a ite bime dgs going dep oa bapilr alshad yet. 0r. Cemphe bwy ables bas marry k acupll esauI elpa ter alll days a ll tay. thbyg h lips wrast b deat ed thbeing Meises preo. sMr. aae was able . marry a copl-e A uhe. rmuls have bee in town mas, rhis week, and we pe sn i thse prnrie or the we th* at ameetie A drm of mle~ tave beenn is town most bus made a member of sals. 1'oe10 p eus m w order papens or maga. dane hA tsham will please hbrseler hand as S m e paey postage and registered lett.er dee...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 14 February 1880

AGRICULTURAL. 22 PIL., TEN ?ARY, THE OARDEN .RP'ARD MANAGEMENT. There are snle farmers that think fruit trees do not like tmuch ,manuring. They starve their tree :as they ,1,, the.ir poor cows and she(ep. ,Where man:ure i. applied as a top dressing t, fruit tree-. it proves a decided stimulus and neftit. We have heard of tree., that didl Iot hear, and the rea-wn :as-'ined was th:at they grew too hrurirn'tly. We never. nw the tr.ees. A cheap imtteri:l tb) top dress underr ,rclarai tree, will pay. It the farmeir has n mtIl:atri:tl for tp-dlre: int, he should run hi. harrow thnrorlh the summer to keep down w.ee.-i, lland to afrmlit the reu, R to have the bInefit of what little food there nmayl I in the soil. Orlard trees often recuive tbo, iudce ' pruning. In young tress o.:ly thin out o snenot to have the rmain hleader; cross ing or interfering one with anto, Iher;. or when a few shreots are '.(~srved, to lt' growing much stronger than the re-t cut them away Ii a long series o Iearin...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 February 1880

.'Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1880. NUMBER 8 THE Dom Pedro, J . Railtoad is the largest and, with perhaps one exception, the most important in Brazil. The total length of the main lint is 365 ni'es, and extensions are made almost every year. The road was commenced under the man agement of an incorporated company interest of 7 per cent. on the capital stock being guaranteed by the govern ment. But in building the first plrtion of the road it was necessary to cro.s the mountains near Rio, and by the time 100 miles were completed, the capital was entirely exhausted. In 1S65 the govern ment bought the road of the stockhold er and it has since 'been built and run s a branch of the imperial service. On the invested capital of rather more than s10,000,000 the government realizes an average income of five and a half per centum yearly. BImMARCK's plan to increase the strength of the German standing armny is aimed primarily at France. The...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 February 1880

T1 8.. 3. MAiGHAM, - - - - Editor. S Role The explosion of a boiler at Ran- pre dulph, N. II.. oar Tuesday, demolished p a mill and killed four men. -- ---- ·ien ....- Serious complications bhave arisen ;r. between England and Persia, touch- i!.9 Ing the claims of the latter upon Pe' Ilerat. or Shepherd's Fold Cowley ought to ha be sent to the penitentiary and fed on bean-soup during the remainder of his w. batural life. The danger of famine in Ireland is lit thought to be over, if liberal contri- be btions continue to be made for ive I do or six weeks longer. tb *-ý ---- ad ext Tuesday is the day fixed by e the Superior Criminal Court of New .,,, Orleans for the trial of W. W. Beas- i, lay for the murder of Mrs. Ile erLt ca Dr. Jas. Ringwood, a native. of al Ireland, aged 42 years, fell from a s second story window in New Orleans th last Monday, receiving fatal injury. at On the 15th Captain Rucker's com-, sand of the 9th eavalsy was defeated by the Indians, who captured their bag...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 February 1880

. .. ..- ... . .-_ , w it am ,r d lu l re .'y. Go, At Rayvalle-Fairt Sunday in each month shie Iplist services, Rev. L. C. Kelis, Pastor. pri, SeAnod Sunday in each month. Methodist the Epieapeal servicesN. S. Cornell, Partor. f Third Sunday in each mouth, preaching by W Rea. Ane Pnter, Methodist. Fearth Sunday in ech month. Presbyterian wservices, Rev. D. A. Campbell, Pastor. Every Snoday, at 9 o'clock ,A. M. Baptist Sunday School, Thos. J. Manenm, Sup't. " an Every Snuday, at 3 oclock P. M. Union fai Bible Claus. b -a-al rerilide r Tornarrow is Wmaington's birth day. sp Tht weather turned quite cold on Wednes- tot day night. i So har February has given as moe winter a' weather than January did. Two or three frostsand the remainder of do the week cloudy, with some rain. se The river is rising n inches a day atI c Vicksburg and 24 inches at Memphis-falling pt eove. Itt Peter Hunt, a Colored prisoner, ebarged It with hog seealing. died in the parids jail oun P Tuesday. is The Era N...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 21 February 1880

"PM 11 TH PAUX. Over seven hndred aes of pop cor were raied In the vicinity of IAda, Iro. qas Oaunty, Il The £as. e 4grimBioni So - N says that anadal butter i. the worst clan of butter that is brought to the English market. Abiep atg Into quarters in a de. dining state will dmandextra feed and care dri winter, and produce a light clip of wool n th spring. Give er hogs a rubbing-poet a some accessible rt of their lnclosure; it facilitates teir ng clean and seems to afford them muc ti. A lheblippi armer dashes old water Into the ears of choking eattle. This amuse the animal to shake its head vio leatly, and the msular aetioadislodges the obstruction. Prpeyr usasement feeding and elebain are ecessary on promotiag esith Ta 3 ones. He who administers medicine to his horses when in good health, does injury instead of good; too much medicine is given to our domestic animals under the false impression of beoetut their condition. Thirty years ago the eommon sheep i of Germay are said to hav...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 February 1880

--__ Sb 5ichand ______ t--~---.~--..._---~~~--~ --- ~------------- i'Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, I' ERtUARY 8, 188). NUMBER 9. r-meeeba albolse my r eet ss a me seems Rich soens swe et ltms" Is a aed erM mnes bloome bright sseu, wMes orwand Q'- -t-a- lej lnbsdet haess.e I ftn left the vale. Rounnd ao repass the ramSd ow-Crowa ,shegr. wvms I wems eeld m. enie I see to preos be ssay, pago Iet" Se anm t rie ba roudth ehls l~ewotm - umas.bm m., Ewrt L'ad wSoh tn t patteunty 'pou aietnce. There was not the fai.te't bit'n front part of the house was closed and darkened; and having ran.g several times without eliciting any response, he was about to conclude that there was no one within hearig, when a -thead washole thrust out of the upper window. " Yeung man, go sound to the side door." * Considerably startled by this unex. dted address, the young man obeyed. Upon the poreh brushnmg away the leaves that covered it, was a young girl of iftees. She ...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 February 1880

TH08. 1J.MA&JGHAM, - - - - - Editor. Appelatlg Peolce Jnwers. The Deoaocrat of last Saturday says that "toe bill authorizing the appointment of police jurors by the Governor, in lie of their ewectiou by the people as here tofore, has been agreed upon and will, in due time, pass through the forualities required to give it the force of law." And the lemocrat congratulates the agricul. total interests upen this cousumns tion." After giving the argueneats on but aides of this question their due weight we cannot feel so much elated at thia cesomation as the Democrat. It is true that, where the negro element predominaten, very unwisa. selections are generally made in elect ing police jurors, which often works great injury to the tax payers of those parishes; but on the other baud we, fud many objections to their appoint ment, which would prove as Onsati.s factory in the parishes u here the white element predominates. First, it is in cotlict with the spirit of democracy or republiae...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 February 1880

At layvwe-Frest S.d.r is ech month, aptist seriee, nev. L C. K.ins, Pasor. Seemed Suday ais see amoed. Methodist Epimopea rviocs N. S. Cornell, Pator. TIMd Sud.y is seas meashl, preasbing by tev. Am Paear, Methoisa. Forh Sunday is eash mnth. Prsebyrrian srvies, Iev. D. A. Cympbll, Psasor. Every Scsdy, as 9 o'clock A. M. leptis *sdofy Slsd, Thes. J. iSG.ham, Sep't. Every Snday, at 3 oodk P. M. Union thi s Camle Lasdy vegsmals e5 growing Lsmly. (Go Jules if you want a good Havana Ciar. The weal. iu bhlyanad .prid-h.e tb-i eek. to to Jules' if yoe was soaethg no te i drmsh. L the chair same onight and compte lito Th'atrical teep ias wn tMt night and agt, aweight. . oiarsblIy is the easest that hinds the in. dtvadet pardst scity ucgeher. Three driskiL saiooes is full blast, sad it is nr no trooes at all for se a disposd to et drunk. La Wedesseday was the oditor's birth day. I Te. rmwee is the Sb Seadny and last day sa Februway. Friendship - lost is rarely, if ever, fully ren·ed. Mjjs...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 28 February 1880

SCIENCE AND ART NOTES. BErmm.nsm made on dogs show that t l r aabeLw:r with tha punit sdLL ti as much at senic p in U their weight, as would kil ahumsa being. Tua Gulf Stream Is not the only cur rent of the ocean. Tbere is a south ward stream running uander that. and over the whole ocean thse are currents, some of which circle the whole globe. By meama d fe polygraph, an ap paratus invented by a Russian, sixty copies of any written document or drawing can be made in an hour, and the cost of material for the sixty copies Is only two eents. J. E RsaroUremhaspUblis'ed a sugar test for determining the purity of water. Half a litre of water is put into a fl:ask, and then a piece of white sugar ah<,.,t the asne of a pes is introduced. Tie mouth of the lask is covered with a piece of paper. After the flask is a x posed 8 or 10daysto the sunlight, its con tents will become muddy if the water held much organic matter. Il the number for Jan. 8, 1880, the ScAies*jte Amnreka has an illustrat...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 March 1880

gh1~~b~ 5frhn Ieaan 'Libertas et Nlatale Solon." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY. MARCH 6, 18. NUMBER 10. i I 3I II - ' I_ a IrraIISl axd - umaml hb M lawe , La Cmr myet isuM wpe e wl. or lotd !·a h a~r Of! r mm irat-atk u sawn r l rtwb ,ýw iel a (aor bw a CelI nlb s b tmm. T warm wivhit '1 At yu trlumpelat fet, faint with demit t rrach pat. -,n.! Ike Yalu:g '"titmbt m o ,r it thatabtbof I" It you rCwould care-a Altth..l it :r uvttnIb r I will !l5 say to uI ft U'r builig Ariea. And trw, Ii t ititIr MID totub of It--Ill wn to you !t qti aeaa the ate|.wrI at may 1K, fond at l-t. just warm euosl a fortwo -&wui',role Nougirj. 'THE SACRIFIUE, [mol ta inVm r8cr on s0? 33 ?E rn.s.J Mai was wandering aimlesly In the depths of the forest. It had crased but the drops of water wee .lilt 110%n h to lea with the Sltit moud o a early-exhausod Wbh. tain trickling into its halt4ll bs- a nd nthe diatance the decek pathspee eat lute a wet glade of a deep green of exquisite softne...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 March 1880

1101 J. 1NAJKAM, -" " - Editor. I N',rther cotton opera'ives are en a strike, while Southern mills are pay. ing handsome dividends. Tbis shows the Ireat advantages the South has.- i Vwickurg ler~hU. o 'Iewould rather be one of the most bumble ctizen., labor bard, and live on the coarsest fare thabt wll sea tai human lile, than to be Emperor of oRussia aid be continually dodging I around to keep oat of the range of riles aid gas powder ad dynamite expiloael. ..0. e4o4 We said last week that we would prol ably give our opiaion of the rev. ease bill Ne. 146, but as numerous amendments and substitutes haveI been oered we presuse it is umess, for we have no idea what the revenue i bill will be by the time they get tbrough doetoring it. Bill Lee, a colored roustabout, who left the steamer Blanks h ite on her lasIt trip, was shot in the seek on 8Su day afternoon by Sam Joianon, an other solored man, in a quarrel over a ame with dim. Jobson escaped. Th wound, tboeb painful, Is not consider...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 March 1880

At lRayvill.- im klade is each mo, Imptia sere , Rev. L. C. Kek Ps. a.. Second Sunmlay is b memt. Methodsbt Episcopl eveN.& C. nell, Fest. Third Sudeay is ose moe, psshig by wit". Am Paper, Metheist. few*h Sandy~ is sick mead, Prarbytsriu serices, Res D. AL. Cambsl, Palor. Every Ssadsy, at ocosk A. M. bptist *day Scbo, Thee. . Nswgbam, Sept. Eret SBday, emS 3cc'k P.M. Usii 11eb cam. Ion" wevuh SLetter from our lpseiatidve receed teo hlae for this lame. The lat hmm of e PsiL Ceen was s asect this week. Who will help asgoup eb soiple5 at bild a court bam. emember that yev. LC. [olli preaches t ayvilU tight ad tomrrow. Tbe. is Very tidu Saer of oveow aome8 - people; the diesr siuig sapl above. The chueetful sae twpeeis k are still heard bost Inowa. Keep it up; we like the music. Mr. Jams Geham is quitso c'( pe' mni we leern, at the residene d rsN. uSSb hLers in this plan. LnbrmtherMsss be s heaUd t the Lodge promptly at 10 o'elbk this mois, to mceiv msuructia Dfam Fath Gerdy. Th...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 6 March 1880

To RwoT: 9Jaiii suw.-West the Lair thoroughly in rain water, with a good deal of borax dissolved in iL FuPuu1m-ai K&D& O Ssa..- .f kbu to inet. A bolds f ersm; o. quart of muilt mtib* thinL S.ia with bma, a tt flea brandy sal rose A Cons son S. -ua1.- o - Wil padm.ae~r aet*ms be tis and shoo; gpt mm 1 back %a win interest but set mlits 1' andred ortwo hamts shw4,i ttogether. Do tha I sr~hiqg every two or threlw pe o01e a Week , el('"t veryd sgIb d~Y '-, - 4 thSe baU t mot the f Neona Do.- Two @. e.e pistol mafik, bahama' lmad-am it I. mors - into thin slices: dip the' S the bater sad fy each aide brown. in butter. Then boi1lm emcp of r inte ~ beet thep tflvy abpoueandof po~iadeaigprn iaddmeewc nm00a. PAuan wct Ton> eBaogtl CasBreook at I rough.. pembh aIn Cr~ themaw la bed tewr tn dry t ounded poundb mof pounde a dolor; adds fw a . biB anSwen i ai~sr* d Out thbdough ril fb· Qo E;ý 46 im, it look as i · ten I ul Bske 'lIwia e km onfo wr hrl anu hoar. Whoens; them ao t m oa...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 March 1880

" Libertas et Natale Solum." VOLUME XII. RAYVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1880. NUMBER 1 as wr*Am smars ramis. fe, Pume of Lawrence Daentt' favorite peese.] S·i LUteW to the wate-mu hi Tkroth the lDve-tm dat, I-ow the Lbaking id the whesm " Wears the hour away ! Lanukidly the autumn wind Stir. the woeenod leave; it I Far the abelthe ruslum And proverb haunts ey mlad, til Assa "m Is qa: "Thaseifl wufi evse ph With the wiaer that km pamtl." - Take the kon to thyw(f, a Luving heart and true; lebarmh. t* .eqt of Il Time sen eyr the. hack 1.1e while BP. shaun leas " Yh. w will awrgai thi With the water that a Aed." Never dos the tromll glld Celem b the mI. . ay naehe Isela ha - ep the mlii awnvr 'ini h thewalted henar ife1 a Thet have dadfed !s nMet without a ; he Lure that wemiht aes base oned 101 Th snhtseresvel. but asrer peased, P Take the pro ºSthine heart Take! ab held it fL Ie whit the wier that as pl. st FOREVERT * tY manaN WsaroeD Lraura. " Prmse !" di "1 do, olemaly...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richland beacon. — 13 March 1880

•O3  , ]. NAiGiAN- -. - Ritor Corporal Murphy, of New Orlmes,~ shet R.Eb. Weis, *eeed, who was ueistieg erneot, last Saturday night, hiling hism Istansy. A river oe the Austro-Russian free- I tier brote the dike a few days since, rooding thirty villages, some of which were totally destroyed. ''e Ualon Plcile Elxpese Corm. pJy'aos ee at Sidney, Neb., was u Wtbbed of gold beulieo estimated at a frm $150,000to $00,000 on oTueday. The bark Em Bians, from Newport, Wales, to St. Johns, N. B., was1 wreakMd i the Bay d Fundy Iset Seturday ilght. Th captain, frst eats and Ire of her cre were dewemd. The dysmite seeds are still at werk I Reastsi, although 6000 arrests have baee made sice the Wiater Pal see plehmo. Five policemee were blows up and the city of St. Peters berg bred a few days since. We eanost se what just right or I Gevermeant eas to laim the control of the internal improvements of a eoustry t wobich t doe not own a bet of territory, no matter if all ourI il steatme do say it h...

Publication Title: Richland Beacon
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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